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defense on the west coast. >> chris: do you think that kim jong-un and the north koreans are a real threat to the u.s.? >> i don't think that threat is imminent and, i don't think they have the mechanisms necessary to really harm us but it is really good we are taking the precautionary measures to make sure they cannot do damage. it puts us in a different place as it relates to negotiating with them and, at the end of the day, chris, i know there's a lot of talk, 6-party talks and all kind of things that are occurring and all of us understand the key to this will be china. they are the ones that can actually affect the behavior in north korea because of the trade issues and certainly the support issues coming from china. into north korea. hopefully, china sees the threat to -- for nuclear proliferation in that part of the world, in the event they are not able to stop what now, is doing. >> chris: senator corker, senator durbin, thank you both. we'll have to leave it there. thank you for talking with us and, no doubt, there is tough bargaining ahead on the budget. thank you, gentlemen. >> t
. >>> overseas this evening to the intensifying threat from north korea. the new leader kim jong un and his unexpectedly quick advance have the u.s. on heightened alert. last night we reported on two more short-range missiles. the pentagon is adding to intercepters already in place along the west coast. they are deploying 14 new intercepters in alaska. they are designed to detect a north korean launch with satellites and radars. they would be fired off. i want to bring in martha raddatz tonight. you reported that this system as a whole has had mixed results. >> it has, david. the pentagon says they have confidence in the system, but these ground-based intercepters have a spotty record. in december 2010 after a failed test, the testing was suspended. but in january of this year, there was a successful intercept. >> you and i were talking about the bigger picture, when you hear the u.s. is bolstering its defense along the coast, it sounds like something out of the cold war, how serious is this? >> the u.s. doesn't think north korea is going to launch a missile and is years away from being abl
dictator kim jong un threatened to incinerate america with nuclear missiles. we spoke at friar's club. >> how busy can one man be? >> it was awesome. and north korea was awesome. >> geraldo: so let's start with the latest thing first in rome. why were you in rome and were you impressed by the election of the new pope? >> the power there is awesome. one thing, no joke. i didn't want to try to advertise myself to mark the pope. one thing i did was i thought he would be black. >> geraldo: you wanted a black pope? >> one thing he was the favorite so all of a sudden that whole new thing. alley, again. argentina, right? whoa, dude, come on. he was all of a sudden. >> geraldo: were you disappointed that we didn't get a black pontiff? >> i said, guess what, to be black, white, yellow or green but keep the hope of faith. that is all i said. >> geraldo: are you a religious person or a person with faith or spirituality. >> yes. all the years you have known me. that's right. . license and registration please. what's this? uhh, it's my geico insurance id card, sir. it's digital, uh, pretty cool ri
theater kim jong-un. and the pentagon says we believe this young had ought to be deterred and if not we will be ready. how seriously do we really take a threat of a nuclear strike from north korea and what is this about? >> they were planned by the bush administration and the first thing the obama administration did was cancel them and now they are deploy them. so, better late than never but it is late. north korea has tested delivery systems and had nuclear tests and there were iranian observers at the most recent test and they are close to pakistan. is there a serious problem that north korea is a nuclear weapons state? and talking to other states are they on the verge of that? i am for missile defense but it does not substitute if a robust foreign policy to get back to the rand paul question which deals with the states before they become nuclear states. this raises the question of what happens with iran. the president's national security advisor said this week, can you believe this, the united states will not accept north korea as a nuclear state. it is not nice. they are a nuclear s
. it seems to me that the worry level of the united states has gone up since we got kim jong-un. why is that? because we have sort of always thought yes, north korea, it's a rogue state and it's private and we don't know what they're doing but now there seems to be some sort of urgency about their nuclear capabilities. can they reach u.s. shores? >> they certainly have a ballistic missile that can reach u.s. shores. they recently had their third nuclear test and you know, there was lots of speculation about the test, lots of warning to the north koreans not to do it. they have a 28-year-old leader who is trying to prove himself to the military and the military eager to have a saber rattling for their own self-interest and the combination of that is proving to be very deadly. the sheer threat that they'd openly threaten a nuclear attack against the united states is problem enough but their military movement along the dmz, the demilitarized zone in north korea a whole new set of problems for us. it's the largest military in the world still in uniform. this is something that we have to take ser
repeated threats against america, north korea. a new concern about a 28-year-old leader, kim jong-un's mental health coming into question. by chairman of the house intelligence committee. mike rogers of michigan, says he's trying to prove himself to the military and the military is looking to do saber rattling in its own j and rogers saying the combination could be deadly. >> the sheer threat that they would openly threaten an attack against the united states. that's problem enough, but the movements around the dmz and demaltized zone and the stability of their leaders, 28 years old. we're not confident and know that he wouldn't take those steps. >> harris: as we told you last night on the fox report, the pentagon will spend 1 billion dollars to an alaska missile interceptor. and here at home, the transportation security administration says it's standing by a controversial decision to allow small knives and potentially dangerous items inside airplane cabins starting next month and improved a device to do a better job with explosive devices. ar arthel neville is in the news room. it s
. mike rogers questioning, quote, the stability of north korea's kim jong un after a recent series of provocative moves. >> the shear threat they would openly threaten a nuclear attack against the united states is problem enough but the military movements along the dmz and north korea are whole new set of problems. it's the largest military in the world still in uniform. this is something that we have to take seriously and you can see that they are looking for some provocations not just along the border, islands they are interested in and they fired artillery on the island. this is concerning because we don't know the stability of their leader, 28 years old. we're just not confident that we know he wouldn't take those steps. >> heather: meanwhile, the north's foreign minister saying his nuclear weapons are not a bargaining chip to trade for economic concessions. >> gregg: serious concerns being raised about the obama's administration handling of the benghazi terrorist attack. injured survivors were told to be quiet by the administration. elizabeth pran reporting from washington. >>
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